West Ham will have to make a fourth bid for Robert Snodgrass if they are to take the midfielder from Hull City.
According to a report in The Mirror Hull have rejected a third bid for Snodgrass with chairman Ehab Allam claiming that they aren’t a selling club.
The fact that they aren’t a buying club- despite being promoted to the Premier League last summer- cost them the services of Steve Bruce with new boss Marco Silva locked in a desperate battle against relegation.
Hull activated a 12 month extension onto Snodgrass’ contract just before Christmas after the player had refused a new deal.
With Newcastle United and Middlesbrough also showing interest it looks like Hull could receive a £10m bid for the 29-year-old who they signed from Norwich in 2014 in a £6m transfer.
In 19 starts in the Premier League Snodgrass has scored seven goals for Hull, last season he scored three times in 18 Championship fixtures after missing the first half of the season through injury.